Pros of watching an anime after it ends:
-you can binge watch it
Cons of watching an anime after it ends:
-no weekly excitement for the new episode
-everything blends together and you don’t remember which episode specific things happened in
-no suspense bc you can immediately watch the next episode
-you can’t speculate on other people’s theories bc they’ve already been proven/disproven
-if the fandom is still alive, spoilers fuckin everywhere
tbh i’ve realized that everything is basically jus mind over matter. like u know how when ur stomach starts hurting and sometimes u’ll try thinking of it not hurting just cause ur curious and it’ll instantly stop? same thing with everything else. if u want to give up because u feel its not going to get better, change. your. mindset. if u’ve been laying in bed for days bc someone hurt u and ur blaming urself, change ur mindset. nothing will get better if u continue to think of/focus on the things hurting you. mind over matter. u’ll be okay.
Soooo I tried to do an edit of Rosalya’s new character sprite with her old skin palette! I feel like my edit’s a little shaky in some places (I’ve literally never done a palette swap before, oh gosh), but I did my best!
I can’t wait for the rest of the girls’ redraws! ♡ Chino’s art has come a really long way and I may have a little shading envy at this point.
The people who are like “ugh calling Maher not a progressive is why liberals lose! We need to accept each other”
Like Maher is resolutely against basically everything that I stand for, and the limited things that I would see him as being “good on” are undercut by the fact that he’s a rich fucking asshole who cares more about how to construct a smug joke than anything else. I legit don’t understand the stanning for a guy whos been on the conservative side of every argument in the last eight years as some kinda centrist progressive